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Rheuminations

Adam J. Brown, MD

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Rheuminations
Rheuminations

Rheuminations

Adam J. Brown, MD

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Rheumatology is an incredibly fast-moving and exciting field of medicine that can be difficult to keep up with. This podcast provides busy clinicians with quick updates in the field of autoimmunity, with emphasis on new medications, treatment guidelines and explorations into the pathophysiology of diseases. The show will also feature historical perspectives in the field of rheumatology, as well as fascinating case presentations of medical mysteries complete with discussions from experts in the field.

Latest Episodes

all CAPS: A Story of Ice and Fire - Part 1

This first episode delves into the clinical aspects of the Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndromes and includes some helpful tips for sorting out some of the autoinflammatory diseases in the spectrum.

31 MIN1 w ago
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all CAPS: A Story of Ice and Fire - Part 1

The Inflammasome for Dunces

A quick take on one of the little-appreciated engines of the innate immune system.

18 MINOCT 1
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The Inflammasome for Dunces

The History of Rheumatic Fever

“Acute rheumatic fever is proceeded by an infection with Group A strep” is a mantra that all health care workers know. This episode digs through the history of how we came to understand this fact, as well as how our understanding of the pathophysiology and treatment of rheumatic fever developed.

43 MINAUG 9
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The History of Rheumatic Fever

A Wandering Fire

Join me as I explore a case of fever and migratory inflammatory arthritis, then discuss the case with the double-boarded rheumatologist/infectious disease expert, Cassandra Calabrese, DO.

34 MINAUG 2
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A Wandering Fire

IgG4-related Disease with John Stone, MD

John Stone, MD, MPH, is the world leader in the field of IgG4-related disease research. In this episode, he breaks down the histology of IgG4-related disease, important aspects of what is known about the pathophysiology of the disease, as well as future directions in treatment.

24 MINJUL 3
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IgG4-related Disease with John Stone, MD

An Inflamed Eye-Opening Interview

In this episode, James Rosenbaum, MD, an expert in inflammatory eye disease, breaks down how systemic autoimmune conditions can affect the eye and highlights pearls that Rheumatologists should know.

37 MINJUN 11
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An Inflamed Eye-Opening Interview

Hypophosphatasia: One of the 4 H's of the bonepocalypse

We journey into the world of metabolic bone in this episode and explore the varied clinical manifestations of hypophosphatasia. We also interview the head of the center for osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease at the Cleveland Clinic, Chad Deal, MD.

41 MINMAY 17
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Hypophosphatasia: One of the 4 H's of the bonepocalypse

Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 2: Even More Necrosis

This ripping yarn delves into the history of tumor necrosis factor in relation to rheumatoid arthritis with emphasis on the original studies that set the stage for the use of TNF inhibition in RA.

47 MINAPR 18
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Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 2: Even More Necrosis

Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 1

In Part 1, we look at the original studies that led to the discovery of TNF in two separate labs where researchers were looking for two completely different things. We’ll learn how these discoveries then fueled the use of TNF in the failed trials as an anti-cancer agent, and the eventual development of antibody therapy against TNF in septic shock.

43 MINMAR 8
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Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 1

Löfty Diagnosis

Take a listen to this medical mystery and learn about a not-so-rare condition — depending on where you live. Hear some interesting historical stories about the physicians who helped establish the diagnosis, as well as an interview with a renowned expert.

45 MINFEB 16
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Löfty Diagnosis

Latest Episodes

all CAPS: A Story of Ice and Fire - Part 1

This first episode delves into the clinical aspects of the Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndromes and includes some helpful tips for sorting out some of the autoinflammatory diseases in the spectrum.

31 MIN1 w ago
Comments
all CAPS: A Story of Ice and Fire - Part 1

The Inflammasome for Dunces

A quick take on one of the little-appreciated engines of the innate immune system.

18 MINOCT 1
Comments
The Inflammasome for Dunces

The History of Rheumatic Fever

“Acute rheumatic fever is proceeded by an infection with Group A strep” is a mantra that all health care workers know. This episode digs through the history of how we came to understand this fact, as well as how our understanding of the pathophysiology and treatment of rheumatic fever developed.

43 MINAUG 9
Comments
The History of Rheumatic Fever

A Wandering Fire

Join me as I explore a case of fever and migratory inflammatory arthritis, then discuss the case with the double-boarded rheumatologist/infectious disease expert, Cassandra Calabrese, DO.

34 MINAUG 2
Comments
A Wandering Fire

IgG4-related Disease with John Stone, MD

John Stone, MD, MPH, is the world leader in the field of IgG4-related disease research. In this episode, he breaks down the histology of IgG4-related disease, important aspects of what is known about the pathophysiology of the disease, as well as future directions in treatment.

24 MINJUL 3
Comments
IgG4-related Disease with John Stone, MD

An Inflamed Eye-Opening Interview

In this episode, James Rosenbaum, MD, an expert in inflammatory eye disease, breaks down how systemic autoimmune conditions can affect the eye and highlights pearls that Rheumatologists should know.

37 MINJUN 11
Comments
An Inflamed Eye-Opening Interview

Hypophosphatasia: One of the 4 H's of the bonepocalypse

We journey into the world of metabolic bone in this episode and explore the varied clinical manifestations of hypophosphatasia. We also interview the head of the center for osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease at the Cleveland Clinic, Chad Deal, MD.

41 MINMAY 17
Comments
Hypophosphatasia: One of the 4 H's of the bonepocalypse

Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 2: Even More Necrosis

This ripping yarn delves into the history of tumor necrosis factor in relation to rheumatoid arthritis with emphasis on the original studies that set the stage for the use of TNF inhibition in RA.

47 MINAPR 18
Comments
Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 2: Even More Necrosis

Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 1

In Part 1, we look at the original studies that led to the discovery of TNF in two separate labs where researchers were looking for two completely different things. We’ll learn how these discoveries then fueled the use of TNF in the failed trials as an anti-cancer agent, and the eventual development of antibody therapy against TNF in septic shock.

43 MINMAR 8
Comments
Trials and Tribulations of Tumor Necrosis Factor, Part 1

Löfty Diagnosis

Take a listen to this medical mystery and learn about a not-so-rare condition — depending on where you live. Hear some interesting historical stories about the physicians who helped establish the diagnosis, as well as an interview with a renowned expert.

45 MINFEB 16
Comments
Löfty Diagnosis
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